“A piece of advice I have for other students is to make use of all the resources around you. From the Office of Peer Tutoring to The Aspire Center, there are many places to receive guidance.”
“I hope to pass the NCLEX and begin my career as a pediatric nurse.”
“I am involved in the Nursing Student Council and the men’s swim and dive team. Being a part of the Nursing Student Council has presented me with many opportunities to represent my cohort and help bridge the gap between students and faculty. Also, being on the swim team has allowed me to compete in a sport I enjoy, while simultaneously improving my time-management skills.”
“Yes, I received the Highest Honors Scholarship. To me, this scholarship resembles the dedication I have to my education. It also allows greater financial freedom, which is one less thing to stress about while pursuing a degree.”
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What would your 8-year-old self think of you now?
“My 8-year-old self would be excited that I am studying a career with a heavy focus on problem-solving and science. Even at that age, I knew I wanted to do something that involved science. To be able to follow through and pursue an education that satisfies that desire is a surreal feeling.”
Why should other students consider your major? What advice do you have for them?
“Other students should consider a nursing major because it is a fulfilling pathway if you enjoy helping others. A piece of advice I have for other students is to make use of all the resources around you. From the Office of Peer Tutoring to The Aspire Center, there are many places to receive guidance.”
“I chose Carthage because of the Nursing Program and the faculty-to-student ratio.”